The NSW Farmers’ Association is Australia’s largest State farming organisation representing the interests of its farmer members.
Farmers across New South Wales produce more than $15 billion worth of food and fibre every year, representing around one quarter of Australia’s total agricultural output. Our state’s unique geography means a wide variety of crops and livestock can be cultivated and nurtured. NSW Farmers is Australia’s only state farming organisation to represent the interests of farmers of all agricultural commodities – from avocados, tomatoes, apples, bananas and berries, through grains, pulses and lentils to oysters, cattle, dairy, goats, sheep, pigs and poultry.
Our focus is not just on issues affecting particular crops or animals – it extends to the environment, biosecurity, water, economics, trade and rural and regional affairs. We also have an eye on the future of agriculture; we are advocates for innovation in agriculture, striving to give our members access to the latest and greatest innovations in research,